EyeHateGod ‎– Southern Discomfort

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Century Media ‎– 7952-2
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Tracklist

Ruptured Heart Theory 7"
1 Ruptured Heart Theory 3:33
2 Story Of The Eye 2:30
3 Blank / Shoplift 3:59
Split 7" with 13 (Slap-A-Ham Rec.)
4 Southern Discomfort 4:23
Split 7" with 13 (Ax/ction Rec.)
5 Serving Time In The Middle Of Nowhere 3:20
6 Lack Of Almost Everything 2:30
Outtakes / Rough Mixes from "Dopesick" session
7 Peace Thru War (Thru Peace And War) 1:50
8 Depress 4:10
9 Dopesick Jam 16:06

Notes

Compilation of out of print 7" releases. Tracks 7-9 are exclusive to this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 727701795225

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLACK-128LP EyeHateGod Southern Discomfort(LP, Comp, RE) Black Sleeves BLACK-128LP Spain 2009 Sell This Version
BLACK-128LP EyeHateGod Southern Discomfort(LP, Comp, RE, whi) Black Sleeves BLACK-128LP Spain 2009 Sell This Version
77252-2, 7952-2 EyeHateGod Southern Discomfort(CD, Comp, Promo) Century Media, Century Media 77252-2, 7952-2 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
BBR-039 EyeHateGod Southern Discomfort(LP, Comp, Ltd, Cle) Backbite Records BBR-039 Germany 2017 Sell This Version
BLACK-128LP EyeHateGod Southern Discomfort(LP, Comp, Ltd, RE, Blu) Black Sleeves BLACK-128LP Spain 2009 Sell This Version

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hawthornhaze

hawthornhaze

March 2, 2008
This is another great offering from Eyehategod; it's difficult to judge exactly where it stands alongside "In The Name And Suffering" and "Dopesick", but it's certainly up with those in the top three somewhere. Though the mix and recording quality is not entirely consistent across the disc the album still manages to flow cohesively, and this is certainly some of the band's rawest, heaviest material. In my opinion Eyehategod are much more in their element when they are stripped-down and raw - a quality which is somewhat lacking on their later Century Media LPs. This album is made up of demos and B-sides, and indeed some of these versions are better than the later, more "polished" recordings. Classic sludge. Necessary material for connoisseurs of the genre.